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Oct 17, 2012 1:35am EDT
. simon, we thank you for that. we've got to take it up to topper shutt who can tell us what the weather is looking like. >> really pretty nice. live weather cam brought to you by michael and son. 52. dew point 42. really not that chilly out. winds calmed down and the pressure continues to rise albeate slowly. temperatures in the 40s in the suburbs. 46 in rockville. 46 in bethesda. 41 gaithersburg. 45 great falls. temperatures will level off soon as the winds continue to shift out of the southwest. a little more moisture comes back into the atmosphere. you need your sunglasses tomorrow, no doubt about that. a little abit milder on wednesday. 65 today. a little bit below average or average high is 70. afternoon thunderstorm is still possible on thursday. we're lucky, it's going to hold off until after the evening commute. the other good news, still mild on thursday. we should hit 70 again on thursday. overnight a clear to partly cloudy, just cool. 42 to 52 should do it. winds already pretty much light. by morning, partly cloudy and just cool, maybe a light jacket. temperatures in
Oct 12, 2012 1:35am EDT
abuzz during this debate. joining me simon landau, our social media director, and who's trending right now? >> sure. the internet certainly was buzzing tonight, maybe not so much as last week during the presidential debate when we saw so much tweeting action about big bird and jim lehrer; but we still do have some action. what we're looking at right now is the national trends map, and we see that interrupting afghans, voters, weapons, referring to those topics, those major buzz topics from the debate are going on, and it's not quite as active as last week, which can be expected, but there's still action going on on twitter right now >> a lot of folks get into the whole laughing and smiling. i know i tweeted about that several times. >> sure,, yeah, and that was a hot topic specifically around here, you know. people were talking and debating whether that was appropriate action by vice president biden, but that was certainly a talking point as well. >> all right. thank you so much for that. and we have -- we appreciate your time. we appreciate your time, and i think we have some fa
Oct 4, 2012 1:35am EDT
. >> very interesting, simon. thank you. >>> topper, let's take it out to you and talk about the weather. >> 82 today. it's more like summer. there is a chance of a couple sprinkles in the morning. we'll have a little fog but not the widespread dense fog like this morning. 60s at 5:00 a.m. and 60s at 7:00 a.m. and mid 70s at 9:00 a.m.. we'll come back and talk about a pretty strong finish to the week and an interesting weekend. >>> and here is tonight's fact from face the facts, 9news continues right after the debate -- after the break, that is, with more of our debate coverage tonight. we'll be r . >>> welcome back. i'm live at usa today election headquarters in mcclane, virginia, where they have been fact check tog night's debate trying to figure out the truth from the fantasy that sometimes campaigns use to perhaps win your support. but one of the things we heard a lot about tonight bringing paul into this discussion was this $716 billion medicare cut that actually mitt romney has been talking about for quite some time. it became a part of our debate. let's hear what he had to
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